Asset Management Expert Biography

 
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Lloyd A. Wennlund

Lloyd A. Wennlund

President, Northern Funds & Northern Institutional Funds
 

Lloyd A. Wennlund is an Executive Vice President at Northern Trust in Chicago. He is also President of Northern Funds and Northern Institutional Funds. In addition, he’s the Practice Executive leading our defined contribution activities within Northern Trust Asset Management.

Prior responsibilities at Northern Trust have included President of Northern Trust Securities (1997-2008), Head of Product Management for Northern Trust Asset Managment (2004-2008), and Director of Marketing for Wealth Management (1994-1997). He was named a Senior Vice President in September 1995, and an Executive Vice President in October 2003. Lloyd joined Northern Trust as a Vice President in Northern Trust Securities, Inc. in June 1989. Previously, he was President of Midwest Financial Group Brokerage Services and Midwest Financial Life Insurance.

Lloyd received a B.S. from Valparaiso University and holds the FINRA Series 7, 24, and 53 registrations.

Lloyd is a governor of the Investment Company Institute Board of Governors and a member of its executive committee.  He is a member of the Securities Industry Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) Private Client Committee and Private Client Steering Group, a member of the Bond Club of Chicago and a member of the Chicago Advisory Board of the Salvation Army.  Lloyd is also Director of The Northern Trust Company of Connecticut.

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